The smartphone is moving during the ignition period and keeping up is not always easy. An eye-catching technology a year ago, such as WVGA screen and eight megapixel cameras, will be outdated quickly. Here we will look at what the latest technology has been for smartphones in terms of both hardware and software.
Processors and monitors have easily been the fastest growing smartphone technology. Dual-core processors started to be included in devices at the beginning of 2011, and they are now standard on all smartphones. What is more interesting is that the four core processors are here and included in the new Transformer Prime table. While the prime minister is a tablet, it's only a matter of time before smartphones begin to ship with these quad-core chips. At the same time, in the podium, HD monitors have begun to capture the latest premiere of smartphones. HTC Rezound is one such device that uses an HD display to use the device for absolute enjoyment.
Another aspect of smartphone technology is literally just days old and it's the latest Android version. The certificate Ice Cream Sandwich, Android 4.0 was just released with the Galaxy Nexus smartphone on Verizon. The operating system brings some new features to your smartphone. One thing is to incorporate the software buttons into the interface. While current Android smartphones contain physical or touch-sensitive buttons to navigate through the interface, Ice Cream Sandwich does away with this. Expect that smartphones will be released in the next few months, with no buttons outside the switch and the volume.
The only recent noteworthy advancement in smartphone technology in recent months is voice technology. With the introduction of the iPhone 4S, Apple introduced the world to Siri. While Google has already taken up its own voice command software on an Android phone for over a year and a half, Apple made the concept general and revolutionary. Now Google is rumored to be in competition with Siri, which will also allow the user to interact with the phone with natural issues. Speech recognition seems to be the next big thing in smartphone technology.
Between all these recent firing of smartphone technology, 2012 is already shaping everything to be a very fascinating year. With so much sales in the industry, manufacturers are all trying to achieve and maintain market share. This leads to several amazing devices and lots of innovations. Thanks to this perfect storm of competitive forces, consumers enjoy a lot of what seems to be an unlimited number of amazing devices.
Source by Lexi L Davis